LIBER-OCLC: Innovation Awards 2020 – Arjan Schalken

LIBER-OCLC: Innovation Awards 2020 – Arjan Schalken

  LIBER–OCLC Innovation Awards 2020 WINNER – Arjan Schalken The annual LIBER Award for Library Innovation was instituted by LIBER with the support of OCLC. Every year we recognise the three abstracts which best describe innovative work within the overall theme of each specific LIBER Annual Conference. The award was originally intended to support the physical participation of […]

LIBER-OCLC: Innovation Awards 2020 – Alicia Fagerving

LIBER-OCLC: Innovation Awards 2020 – Alicia Fagerving

The annual LIBER Award for Library Innovation was instituted by LIBER with the support of OCLC. Every year we recognise the three abstracts which best describe innovative work within the overall theme of each specific LIBER Annual Conference. The award was originally intended to support the physical participation of awardees, enabling them to travel to the LIBER Conference. […]

To Everyone Who Made LIBER 2020 Possible: Thank You!

To Everyone Who Made LIBER 2020 Possible: Thank You!

LIBER’s first ever virtual conference, LIBER 2020 Online, is now officially over. Thank you to everyone who made our week such a success. The conference attracted a massive 5,544 registrations from over 1,700 people, including staff in 276 LIBER institutions. In one week, we had: 2 Panel Sessions 3 Winners of the LIBER Award for […]

Winners of the LIBER 2020 Poster Session!

Winners of the LIBER 2020 Poster Session!

There were 11 submissions to the LIBER 2020 virtual poster session. All authors were asked to share their posters on Twitter, and we promised to make two awards at the end of conference week. Top Poster Abstract – For the poster receiving the highest assessment from the Conference Programme Committee. People’s Choice – For the […]

Winners of the LIBER Award for Library Innovation!

Winners of the LIBER Award for Library Innovation!

Congratulations to the winners of this year’s LIBER Award for Library Innovation, sponsored by OCLC. This award is given to the three abstracts which best describe innovative work within the overall theme of the Annual Conference, based on criteria such as the level of innovation, the impact on the wider library community, originality and the […]

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